“Welcome to my Crib” PSU Edition
Cue the gangster music and slow-mo cameras, here’s PSU’s first edition of Cribs. After carefully reviewing entries, prompted by our post from a week ago, here are your Cribs: the PSU edition finalists!
Each room has its own unique element whether it be creative coloring, tasteful feng-shui, or useful homemade contraptions.
Described as a “please touch museum,” this room offers the complete lounging experience with a loft (with shelves for drinks and a pocket for a cell phone), TV and surround sound speakers, and essential mood lighting.
Submitted by: Rachel Lindsay– Beaver Plaza
This rainbow ceiling was created with the help of construction paper and finals week procrastination.
Submitted by: Molly Eckman and Nicole Bernstein — Atherton Hall
This perfectly put-together room follows the rules of interior design and needs to be pinned on Pinterest ASAP.
Submitted by: Danielle — Nittany Crossing
Is this room from Crate & Barrel? Ikea? Home Goods? Try more like from the thrift shop (down the road…) Impressive!
Submitted by: Marissa Guarriello — Westside Village Condos
Some of this room’s features include a “borrowed” table from one of the building’s lounges, rollie chairs, the all-essential stolen road sign, pom poms hanging from the ceiling, nerf guns, a plasma ball, huge computer monitors, and the best of all- window access where friends can come and go.
Submitted by: Aaron Westbrook — McKee, West Halls
“Four guys. Three TVs. Two iHomes. One futon. Zero Girls.”
Submitted by: Justin Molitoris — North Dorms
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About the Author
Do you yearn for cigarette ash-dusted grilled cheeses from “quintessential shithole” Grillers? Or a night out at G-Man with your old frat bros? Or have evenings of drinking felt incomplete ever since Canyon moved across Beaver and got rid of its sticky blue picnic tables?
Five individuals who are not Penn State graduates but who have worked for the betterment of the university have been named this year’s Honorary Alumni Award recipients.
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